Here are some screen captures showing the problem.
Thanks Patrick for your prompt reply. I understand the issue. I simply wanted to ensure that the was an issue with Google and not something malicious that found its way on to a CDN server
Knowing you are aware of the issue and that it is in fact a an issue with the crazy world of Google integration resolves this issue to my satisfaction.
- Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
- Select Settings.
- Click Show advanced settings and find the "Privacy" section.
- Deselect the "Enable phishing and malware protection" tick box. Note: When you turn off these warnings you also turn off other malware and phishing alerts.
Just remember to turn the protection back on when you're done!
- Click the DOWNLOAD NOW button at the top of the Downloads page.
- Chrome will display a notification at the bottom left of the page stating that This file is malicious, and Chrome has blocked it. Click the Dismiss button.
- You will now need to open the Downloads tab in Chrome. You can get to it by hitting Ctrl+J or by clicking the Controls button in the upper right hand corner of Chrome (it looks like three lines) and then click the Downloads option.
- In the downloads tab you will find a familiar red icon and message. Click the Recover malicious file link.
- Chrome will display a message, inaccurately stating that the file will harm your computer. One of the options available highlights Google's sense of humor and will be the option we want. Please click Hurt me plenty.
- At this point, the file will show up in the download tab as intended and ready to install.
Thanks for taking the time to read. Be safe out there!